If there's anything we've learned about Bryson DeChambeau over the last few years it's this: He is is own man -- one interesting dude.
He wears the Ben Hogan-style cap. He plays a single-length set of irons. And, now, he's doing this on the greens:
That, folks, is the side-saddle putting stroke that DeChambeau is expected to put in play when he teams up with Lexi Thompson this week in the Shark Shootout.
"It feels foreign to me. I'm totally conventional -- no cross-handed grip or anything like that," PGA Professional Rob Labritz said. "Anything out of the norm is weird to me. That said, I'm intrigued with Bryson DeChambeau. I spent a lot of time looking at the video of what he's doing right now and noticed a few things. His head, shoulders and lower legs were almost fixed. He was as solid as could be swinging that putter in a direction we're not used to looking at. If you can get it in the hole and it's fundamentally sound, then go for it."
And if things aren't working out right-handed for DeChambeau, it also looks as though he could flip to the other side of the ball without issue. Check out his sweet left-handed swing:
That's just not fair.
Sam Snead -- the PGA Tour's leader in career wins with 82 -- also used the side-saddle putting style later in his career.